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Reading for Life Program - Bankstown families The Reading for Life home program is an initiative to support parents and carers to deliver 15 specially designed reading sessions to help their child build important literacy skills - suitable for children in Years 1 to 4.FREE parent workshops to learn how to run the program are currently being offered for families in the Read more

While many families are used to face-to-face support for their child, whether through speech or occupational therapy, psychological therapy or specialist learning programs, telehealth or online learning support can often seem quite daunting, too technological or just one of those things that goes in the ‘too hard’ basket.However, research shows that telehealth, teletherapy or online Read more

By Amy Graham, Charles Darwin UniversityMany parents believe teaching their child to read is the best way to get them ready to start school, but teachers often disagree. Teachers generally consider it more important for children to Read more

Ryde Group - Term 1 2020Free support for parents of children with disabilities Learning Links is running a new MyTime parent support group in West Ryde, commencing on Mondays in Term 1 2020.MyTime groups provide facilitated peer support for parents, grandparents and anyone caring for children with a disability, developmental delay or chronic Read more

You’ve worked hard all year trying to keep all the balls in the air. Your child is exhausted from another year at school. Then school reports come home and…you feel like you’re having to start again!School reports provide an overall summary of how your child has performed throughout the year and how they compare to their peers. It is important to read the guide from your school to Read more